原帖由： Tom Shafer ,
Harbor Freight - buy a new cheapo sander. Cut your old pads to fit. OR- Find a auto-paint-body-shop supply store. They cater to all bodyshops, ask your local bodyman. Buy common paper-backed discs of whatever grit desired. This ain't HomeDepot, so don't ask for 'medium'. Buy a small amount of Disc-Adhesive. Maybe a tube, or can/w/brush. Remove the hook pad from your sander. I used a blow-dryer. Zipped right away. Paint on the adhesive, let dry, several coats, nice glossy surface. Paint the disc with very-light-and-thin coat, let dry, slap on. If you really want to be a pro, buy the pre-glued discs with peel-off wax-paper backing. They don't smell like glue. My 25yr old Black&D JitterBug, and my MonkeyWard orbital, are both converted. The JitterBug cushions had hardened with age. I cut a old mouse-pad rubber, epoxy over the old pads.